Two missing people found dead

01,02I’ve got two resolves for today; both were found dead. The first is fifteen-year-old Alan Perez Watson, who disappeared from Atlanta in 2001. His case was listed as a runaway, but now the NCMEC says he was found deceased. I can find nothing about it in the news. My guess is that he was a John Doe who got identified, but I don’t know. Let me know if you find anything out, k?

The second is 48-year-old Rachael Ann Walsh, who disappeared from Mountain Home, Idaho in August 2008. She was on a camping trip at the time, seventy miles from home. They found her body inside her car in sixty feet of water at the Anderson Ranch Dam. It looks like she just had an accident. Rachael leaves four children and at least one grandchild.

Interesting article on the Jamison family’s disappearance

The Oklahoman has run this very intriguing article about last fall’s disappearance of Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison and their daughter Madyson. I knew that their case was unusual — you don’t often see an entire family go missing, especially without any indication as to what happened — but according to this article some very odd things were going on in that family. I wonder if this is not a bit hyped up, newspapers liking to play to an “angle” and all. But looking at what’s in the article, I can understand why the cops haven’t been able to rule out any theories in the disappearances.

I am kind of surprised that America’s Most Wanted has not profiled these disappearances yet.